Entropian in Lambs

Entropion in lambs is a common congenital disorder affecting lamb health. It is usually characterised by the turning in of one or both lower eyelids. In-turned hairs rub on the cornea and cause severe irritation that can progress to corneal ulceration. The eyelids commonly need to be stitched by a vet in order for them to be turned outward.

Entropian in lambs
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